Psychological Self-Help

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Chapter 1: Understandings about Self-Help
Introduction to Self-Help                                              
What is psychological self-help?                                                
What will this book do for you?                                                 
Finding what you need in this book                                           
Finding other self-help books and Internet sites                         
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Understandings between you, the reader, and me, the author     
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We can learn and we can change!                                                       
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Any therapist or self-help method may do harm.                                  
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Every self-helper should research his/her methods.                             
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Each successful change increases your belief in self-control.                   
10. This book does not teach you to be a therapist.                                    
13. There are many needs a book cannot meet.                                         
14. Understandings for group participants.                                                  
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The Psycho-social Education Approach                                                     
The publishing business and self-help books                                        
Why is it so hard to find the book you need?                                       
The neglect of prevention by books and institutions                             
Why should self-help be given away via the school system?                     
A brief review of the idea of self-control                                              
Our attitude toward "self-help" will influence our future.                       
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Summary                                                                                              
 
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